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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJonathan Aizen Date: Sep 16, 2002 12:11am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Another Reivew Error

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I think I've corrected the error. Let me know if you have futher troubles.

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Poster: John A. Date: Dec 3, 2002 3:03am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Re: Another Reivew Error

To: Jonathan Aizen
This site seems to be getting worse than better. With Netscape 4.8,
if you click on the poster (which is underlined) in the Forum section
you get back a "Bad Request". In IE, you get a search list of all the posters comments.
Also, what has happened to the Real.com links that show the archived movie for preview to slower speed dial-up users?
Also, why suddenly the MPEG1 files. The original site had a selection of MPEG2, and MPEG4 (avi files) with the
the idea of MPEG4 to be added as an adjunct to MPEG2 files for slower connections and reduced file sizes. Now, it appears that MPEG4 is
taking a back seat to MPEG2. Why?

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJonathan Aizen Date: Dec 3, 2002 6:12am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Another Reivew Error

Thanks for pointing out the poster link error. It has been corrected.

As for your questions about movies, as to the best of my knowledge, all file formats that have been here are still here, nothing has been taken away.

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Poster: John A. Date: Dec 3, 2002 6:28am
Forum: movies Subject: Re: Another Reivew Error

Jon:
There seems to be no uniformity in the library. The alphabetical list is not in alphabetical order!
The screen thumbnails that flash in the left margin take forever to load for dialup users, and I believe are a waste of bandwidth. How about a choice in the beginning of the program between 56K dialup users and 256K broadband users?
This would select whether the images on the left margin "would" or "would not" be there. Also, the Real.com previews are gone; they were there for a short while.

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